Public Worship, Liturgy and the Introduction of the Lutheran Reformation in the Territorial Lands of Nuremberg

Broadhead, P. J.
April 2005
English Historical Review;Apr2005, Vol. 120 Issue 486, p277
Academic Journal
Examines how Lutheran teaching and attitudes towards moral discipline were implanted in the subject towns and villages in Nuremberg, Germany in the first four decades of the Reformation in 1525. Impact of literacy levels on the understanding and acceptance of Lutheranism in Nuremberg; Role of communal worship in bringing Lutheranism to the laity; Discussion on the reception of the Protestant Reformation in the towns and villages of Germany.


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